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Dr Who Wins Ratings War By Showing Matt Smith’s Penis Before World Cup: NSFW Pictures

by | 14th, June 2010

Doctor Who The Lodger 300x180 Dr Who Wins Ratings War By Showing Matt Smiths Penis Before World Cup: NSFW PicturesWHILE you had your head in your hands at the World Cup spectacle – rumours are Robert Green tried it and missed – Matt Smith, the new Dr Who was showing everyone his penis on BBC. Well, so go the rumours.

The Lodger, series 31, episode 11 is one for the kids.

The ratings war is tough. You do what you can. (John Terry is believed to be in negotiations to shag a woman from the Soweto township in extra time.)

Anyhow, 15 minutes and ten seconds into lat Saturday’s Dr Who episode with James Corden who can see a cock. No – ho-ho – not a late entry by lovable James – that is your name isn’t it? No, this was an actual penis, apparently.

Note: The BBC says Matt Smith “wasn’t totally naked”. Or as the Star puts it:

Who fan Rich Johnston, who posted details on a website, boasted: “It is true, you can clearly see. Yes, while millions were watching the football I really did see the Doctor’s willy.”

Meanwhile, over on ITV, there’s Robert Green – all 6ft 3in of him…

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